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CNN
Jun 20, 2014 4:00pm PDT
supporters tweeting photos of themselves holding up signs of solidarity at landmarks in spain, france, and the uk, they did fall dramatically short of their goal of a billion. and many other muslims took to sites like twitter to voice their opposition with the #notoisis. >> the propaganda, is it a dangerous recruitment tool? joining me is james spyder marks. i guess they are using the internet to recruit. that makes sense. it's easy to do it and post it. but how effective is it? >> i think it's pretty effective. absolutely. not only is the packaging awfully compelling, certainly the message goes to lead generation. there is a huge population of individuals they're going after. so they've got some leads. they have a compelling narrative. now they just have to close the deal and get them on board. it's like any other recruiting operation that exists. so it's effective. but what i'm seeing when this is this is a message that's intended for us. it's a forum to give us pause and a furthermore of intimidation. there is enough recruiting taking place organically. >> they don't need the video
CNBC
Jun 20, 2014 6:00pm EDT
25 countries like canada, germany and spain, and of course the uk. thanks to this, the company does have a nice consistent revenue stream. now, gw is also studying it as for cancer pain. this could be huge for the company, because they've licensed form of the overseas rights to bayer and novartis, if you can get fda approval, it would be worth more than $400 billion in peak sales, and some believe it would be a multibillion dollar worldwide. it's the paydirt is the u.s. that said, the real game changer here is emgw's pharma cannabis, for treatment of epilepsy and a the drug is currently starting phase 2 trials, but most importantly, we got some terrific safety and efficacy data from the proof of conaccept trials. 48% of patients say at least a 50% reduction. remember, these are young children, while 41% say a reduction, and 16% were seeshual free. these are fabulous results. they also tested the drug on nine patients with the syndrome, the rare orphan condition, and they averaged 52% reduction in seizures frequent sill, with the third of them being seizure free by the end of the stu
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 6:00pm EDT
. look at this, that's more than who live in south africa, spain and south korea. here is another remarkable statistic. 32,200 people were forced to flee their homes, tony, every single day in 2013. now major refugee hosting countries include surprising ones. pakistan, iran, they have 800,000 people within their borders. lebanon, jordan, turkey, they are rule affected by the syrian civil war. the united states still a generous country when it comes to asylum refugees. >> but many in this country believe the united states can do better. we're going to talk about that. appreciate it. thank you. the u.s. for the thousands of people trying to find a new life here the process can literally take years. earlier i spoke with catarina. i asked her about the shortcomings of our current refugees. >> they must apply for asylum within a year of arriving in the united states. that's something that many individuals are simply not aware of. many individuals who are applying for the united states. they do not have access to counsel or legal information. few arrive at the u.s. border and express th
LINKTV
Jun 20, 2014 2:30pm PDT
all the way through. a big shock, spain goes out after the two matches. the surprise really, is costa rica going through. it is the first time since 1990 they have done so. they are in a group with uruguay, and england. they have now beaten uruguay and italy. they will now play the england side. veryat would be a surprising results but you never know with this world cup. the matchep a look on here. let's get the latest international news for you. the continuing crisis in iraq. in friday prayers, the senior and influential shiite cleric has added pressure on the prime minister to resign. he wrote that iraq needed a new and effective government. the battle against isis militants rages on on several different fronts. >> renewed shelling by iraqi forces, this time in the mountains north of baghdad where isis insurgents are believed to be hiding. fierce battles raging elsewhere across the north and center, the prime minister is under growing pressure to put an end to the insurgents advance. already, some are hinting that he might not be the right man to steer iraq out of the storm. o
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 4:00pm EDT
spain. and the number of countries hosting refugee refugees in the world. pakistan, and iran has an awful lot of refugees in its borders, and down here the united states according to uncr, the number of being sheltered. >> we'll talk about that a bit more. thank you, john terrett. >>> the government provided $5 billion to refugee programs worldwide. but for the thousands of people trying to find a new life here can literally take years. joining us now is catarina, senior associate with refugee protection program at human rights first. good to see you, and thank you for your time. if we had to give the united states a report card grade for its processing of refugees, what would it be? >> it's important to note that the united states has traditionally a long-standing and very robust equipment to protect those persecuted around the world. we received the highest number of refugees higher more than other countries combined and have individuals who receive asylum when they apply for that protection within the united states. but there are a number of gaps and flaws that still undermine th
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 1:00pm PDT
a lot of star players that have long european season and struggling. it happened to spain and italy today. there's a lot of factors and soccer is unlike any other sport where the team is the most important thing. so where in basketball you can have a star plauer take over and win everything. in soccer you need a team, defenders and goalies and you have to understand that's the way soccer works. it's so exciting and been an amazing world cup. >> julia, just before we go, the notion of american exceptionalism which is decreasing lsh it is not something people even say anymore, right? but soccer in that way, it is hard for americans to take the bitter pill that we do not dominate in this sport. at a time when there's a lot of uncertainty about america's role in the world, not saying they are completely interconnected, one is a sport and other is foreign policy, there is something in the air there about that. >> yeah, but you see it happening with other teams as well. even sports like baseball which is quintessentially american, other countries dominate as well, japan or cuba. it's chan
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 12:00pm PDT
quite seeing as much of the sort of ticky tock style that defines a team like spain, the passing around the midfield that americans love to grouse about. there's a lot more explosive attacking style of soccer now. and you're seeing players who are -- you know, their raw athleticism and power is just extraordinary coupled with incredible technical proficiency. the goals this tournament have been as spectacular as anything we've seen on the world stage. van persie's header against spain. tim cahill's finisher. just incredible stuff. i think the sea has risen and all levels have come up along with it. >> yeah, well, nick, bottom line for us here. if you had to pick one team, who do you think is going to win it all? >> i think the smart money is still on brazil. i love germany. they're looking unbeatable right now. the netherlands, you know, they were the runner-up in 2010. they're looking tough. you still got, i think, the dark horses right now are argentina and maybe chile. they're looking great. you know, let's not rule out concacaf. you get to the knockout stage, and who knows. i'm sayi
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 2:00pm EDT
with more rain expected across the country. emma hayward, al jazeera. >>> spain's new king has met with the spanish prime minister. in his first official meeting since taking the thrown on thursday, the 46-year-old monarch used the palace, he'll hold his first official event on saturday for victims of terrorism. and coming up on al jazeera, a 13-year-old boy is shot dead in the west bank during israel's search for missing youth. and nigeria tries to tighten up its borders. plus, hamilton rediscover the formula for success in the grand pree? details coming up. should juvenile killers serve life without parole? >> the didn't even ask for the money they just shot him. >> horrendous crimes committed by kids. >> i think that at sixteen it's a little too early to write him off for life. >> should they be locked away for good? >> he had a tough upbringing but he still had to have known right from wrong. >> now inroducing, the new al jazeea america mobile news app. get our exclusive in depth, reporting when you want it. a global perspective wherever you are. the major headlines in context.
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 10:00am EDT
. >>> next to spain where king felipe vi was crowned after his father signed his ab dickation into law wednesday night. thousands cheered the king, who hopes to regain popularity for the family. one of his sisters is under investigation for fraud and funny laundering. it has damaged the reputation of the crown. >>> finally to wisconsin, where harley davidson showed the electric motorcycle. it's called the livewire. it's been made for assessment drives but -- test drives, but not for sale. >> this is a sound with a harley [ revving ] this is the new sound [ whirring sound ] very different, but loud. that is some of what is happening around the world. coming up, exposing religious persecution and how it's leading to thousands confined including works, schools and health care. congress cranks up pressure. we talk about the growing threat. and harmeli aregawi is tracking the top stories on the web. what is trending? >> samples of a tool the c.i.a. plans to use against al qaeda has been uncovered. it's not what you might expect. i'll tell you more. and what do you think. join the conversati
CNN
Jun 20, 2014 7:00am PDT
rejoicing after scoring against spain. off to los angeles. a goalie safe bringing mexico to its feet. and in kansas city, cheers for team usa. a record 16 million viewers tuned in for mondays match against ghana, the u.s. team still a long shot but still in the hunt. world cup frenzy lighting up social media. watch as tweets ripled across the united states before and then after team usa's winning goal. the #world cup on instagram going viral. in the end, it doesn't matter if it's the thrill of the victory or the agonee of defeat. it's game on. as you know, there are a lot of italian americans in new york city, just about an hour from now, when italy takes on costa rica, it's going to happen at noon. you can imagine a lot of tv sets are going to be tuned in for that. >> anyone rooting for the netherlands? buler, buler, buler. stick around. i want you to talk with john berman with me. the world cup has some haters crawling out of the woodwork. john berman had this message for you. listen. >> like billions of people, i love the world cup and like millions of people, i enjoy tweeting abo
ABC
Jun 20, 2014 6:00am PDT
. >>> the photo has received nearly 35,000 "likes" and is global witherly as in china, spain, and germany. >> people have gone crazy. >> the traditional singing competition is being turned on its ear this summer. >> what is the worst thing about music competitions on tv? you vote and then you have to wait days to see how your favorite singer stacked up. wait for more. there is a new level. >> you get to vote. instantly gratifying. >> you will see life change in the middle of a song. >> you vote on performance by swaying "yes" or "no" and views can see the results instantly. you can see how other view wees are voting. >> that decision will be shown on the wall and you could seat picture up there, but every vote is counted in real time. >> the saturday judges have a vote and that included brad paisley. if though get enough votes, the performer moves on. if not, the wall stay down and they go home right then. >> the wall is a metaphor for those because of the wall they have hit in their lives. >> cast your vote right here on abc this sunday at 9:00 p.m. >>> now is the time to downloa
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 9:00am EDT
desperate to see their team play spain barged past the guards at the stadium. but they landed in the media center and detained. on sunday, a group of ticketless fans climbed a wall and almost made it into the stands. fifa in charge of the security in the stadium, is clearly embarrassed. >> they are working with the security and the authorities in order to improve the standards and in order to improve this will not happen again. >> the 88 fans have been given until saturday to leave brazil or be deported. >> no one likes to see the image tarnished by something like this. everyone is talking more about the incident than about the fantastic victory of the chile team. >> the biggest breach of security is doing with tickets. this man was arrested trying to sell what are sometimes fake tickets for five times the official price. but most get away with it. fifa is saying that the tickets are only legal at the official website and yet we have found dozens of a websites selling the tickets to the world cup and some as much at $28,000 for the final game, including parking. a prosecutor is ininv
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 6:00am PDT
policy. with regard to cuba, i lived in spain with franco and saw that democratic transition, i was there. europe never -- it was never asked of the european union. they were called the common market back then. it hasn't worked. the fact that franco and the dictatorship in portugal couldn't join the european union and all of its institutions and get all of the aid, you know, financial aid from europe hasn't worked. what do you mean? at the time that franco died, that was instrumental in the democratic transition. the democratic opposition in cuba overwhelmingly in consensus form knows how important this leverage is in their hands. the democratic transition will come. the castros are in their 80s. fortunately, they'll be gone soon. but it's important that now we not reward the castros for, you know, increasing the repression on the opposition and the cuban people and lift and give them now unilaterally billions and billions of dollars. as i say, this is an issue doesn't matter when people arrived, doesn't matter the age or the political party, they're supportive of conditioning the l
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 9:00pm JST
pushes off over the east. partly cloudy skies are expected over these countries. spain, madrid, you are going to be seeing a 32 of high here. lisbon, some sunny skies but a little cooler there starting off your week. eastern asia now, talking about flooding rains, that's what we've been seeing across southeastern china. the rainy season has been kicked off here and that's bringing the downpours starting from monday all the way through friday. this is your past seven days of rainfall accumulation, based on satellite imagery. some locations upwards 5 to 700 millimeters of rainfall. this has been causing some problems. we have some video come out of southern china here. straight off the bat you have that rainfall and that flooding there. they saw large flood in almost a hundred years. the region has suffered extensive damage as agriculture, transportation and property have been damaged. the river definitely taking the bulk of the impact and we are still seeing that rainfall. the flood threat is still there, and the landslide threat is still there as we go through the next 24 hours. that ra
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 8:00pm JST
into spain, madrid, you're going to be seeing a high of 32 on your friday. but still seeing the wet weather in your forecast. meanwhile lisbon, sunny skies, but cooler there starting off your weekend. let's move over towards eastern asia now and talking about flooding rains, that's what we have been seeing across southeastern china. it started earlier this week. we had hagiba making landfall on sunday, it kicked off the rainy season front out here. that's been bringing the downpours. basically starting from monday all the way out through friday. this is your past seven days of rainfall accumulation. based on satellite imagery and you can see right in here, some locations upwards of 500 to 700 millimeters of rainfall. needless to say this has been causing some problems, we have video coming out of southern china here. straight off the bat, you have the rainfall and the flooding there. people in south china saw this big, large flood, almost 100 years, caused by the rainstorms. the region has suffered extensive damage. agriculture, transportation and property have been damaged. the sur
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 6:00am EDT
their team play spain barge past guards at rio's stadium. but they landed in the media center and were detained. on sunday a group of ticketless argentina fans claimed a wall and almost made it into the stands. fifa in charge of security within the stadium perimeters is clearly embarrassed. >> fifa is trying to rule with brazilian and security authorities in order to improve standards, in order to improve that this will not happen again. >> reporter: the 88 over zealous fans have saturday to leave brazil or be deported. >> translator: no one likes to see the image of your country tarnished by something like this. everyone is talking more about the incident than about the fantastic victory of chile's team. >> reporter: stadium mayhem aside the biggest breach of security has to do with tickets. this man was arrested trying to sell what are sometimes fake ticket for five times the price but most get away with it. fifa spokesperson says the tickets can logically be bought through their official website yet we found dozens of websites selling tickets to the world cup and some of them for as
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 3:00am PDT
incredible game yesterday. the world cup is providing some shock. spain, out. england may be out. except bolatale said if italy wins and takes out costa rica, he expects a kiss from the queen. i think he might get it from the queen, the kiss on the cheek! is what he might get. >> oh, my god! >> boy, we are going to talk about iraq. a big story there. but there's so many political stories percolating under the surface here in the united states may have an impact on 2016. >> a lot of i'm sorry is going around. >>> physician, details about a criminal investigation involving wisconsin governor scott walker would impact his re-election chances and a potential run for president. according to newly released documents, they say he played a key role in outside groups and focused on helping walker and other republicans defeat recall efforts in 2011 and 2012. prosecutors say one e-mail from governor walker to karl rove highlighted how walker's chief campaign strategist was leading the alleged scheme. officials have not filed any charges against governor walker and he denies any wrong doing.
ABC
Jun 20, 2014 1:07am PDT
posted in china spain and germany. >> if there you go. if talk about the weather forecast. >> sandhya is here with how things shape up heading into summer this wean. >> it's gorgeous. let me show you something else absolutely spectacular from the emeryville camera. tonight sunset at 8:tlichlt high thin clouds allow for beautiful sunset tonight. it was so grand jury as you take a look at the picture sent to me by twitter. this looks like it's not real. it is so amising. post card shot and show you live doppler 7hd right now you will see what it looks like. still looking at some high clouds moving through and fog around writ here near the coast. visibility down to 5 miles. see the fog very patchy writ now around the financial district. 56 in san francisco. san c san carlos, san jose, 60 degrees. now today high pressure did come down more noticeable coast bay inland spots tomorrow we are going up. from the sutro tower cam are san francisco look going writ now but the fog has been in and out so tomorrow morning you have to watch out for. that upper 50's santa rosa napa novato in the 60's. co
FOX
Jun 20, 2014 4:00am EDT
. spain's crown prince philip was sworn in as nation's new king. several arrest where is made during these demonstrations, the royal family has been subject of the whole series of corruption scandals, king juan carlos advocated the then to his son, saying, younger royal blood could revitalize the the country; canadian officials nabbed more than 150 people in a child porn bus. investigators seized more than one # million images and videos of people being sexually abused. they are accused of distributing, possessing and make ago veilable child porn. >> an amazing rescue after 11 days underground, a german cave researcher is brought to safety from one of the deepest caves in the alps. they struggled, to get through narrow passages. the five two-year old explorer is now hospitalized in stable condition. >>> 4:46. routine traffic stop turns into a wild attack, we have dash cam video. here's what it shows, officers pulling over a driver whom they say was speeding down in florida where she gets out to hear it more clearly. that is when her three dogs rushed over to, protect her. well, the o
CNBC
Jun 20, 2014 4:00am EDT
the relative yields, nominal yields between the likes of spain and italy and even the uk and u.s. right now. listen to what she had to say. >> we are delighted by the actions that the ecb has decided. and we are even more reassured by its statement that it could do more if necessary. our view is that if inflation was to remain stubbornly low, then we would certainly hope that the ecb would take quantitative easing measures by way of purchasing of sovereign bonds. but, you know, if inflation is stubbornly low. >> is it possible to talk about bond purchases, though? aus mentioned, yields are at historic lows. do yields in europe need to go lower? >> you know, if you look at the inflation, it is equally very low. and something needs to be done to kick start, encourage investment and reduce frag mentation. this is a measure that could be available. >> the point you're making is real yields need to be lower and, therefore, if that means nominal yields have to go lower, then so be it. >> we're looking at inflation as well as yields. >> given all the work that you've done, does it make
KOFY
Jun 19, 2014 11:30pm PDT
china spain and germany. >> if there you go. if talk about the weather forecast. >> sandhya is here with how things shape up heading into summer this wean. >> it's gorgeous. let me show you something else absolutely spectacular from the emeryville camera. tonight sunset at 8:tlichlt high thin clouds allow for beautiful sunset tonight. it was so grand jury as you take a look at the picture sent to me by twitter. this looks like it's not real. it is so amising. post card shot and show you live doppler 7hd right now you will see what it looks like. still looking at some high clouds moving through and fog around writ here near the coast. visibility down to 5 miles. see the fog very patchy writ now around the financial district. 56 in san francisco. 58 in oakland. 59 currently in san carlos, san jose, 60 degrees. now today high pressure did come down more noticeable coast bay inland spots tomorrow we are going up. from the sutro tower cam are san francisco look going writ now but the fog has been in and out so tomorrow morning you have to watch out for. that upper 50's santa rosa napa no
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 11:00pm PDT
. >> photo received nearly 35,000 like and has gone global with article posted in china spain and germany. >> if there you go. if talk about the weather forecast. >> sandhya is here with how things shape up heading into summer this wean. >> it's gorgeous. let me show you something else absolutely spectacular from the emeryville camera. tonight sunset at 8:tlichlt high thin clouds allow for beautiful sunset tonight. it was so grand jury as you take a look at the picture sent to me by twitter. this looks like it's not real. it is so amising. post card shot and show you live doppler 7hd right now you will see what it looks like. still looking at some high clouds moving through and fog around writ here near the coast. visibility down to 5 miles. see the fog very patchy writ now around the financial district. 56 in san francisco. 58 in oakland. 59 currently in san carlos, san jose, 60 degrees. now today high pressure did come down more noticeable coast bay inland spots tomorrow we are going up. from the sutro tower cam are san francisco look going writ now but the fog has been in and out so to
KRON
Jun 19, 2014 11:00pm PDT
police chase like this on a golf course. >>> and kate versus the gorgeous new queen of spain. they even dress alike. >>> then, the return of kate gosselin. >> yes. >> mom. >> the sextuplets are turning 10. >> this is not fair. >> your first look at her big tv special. >>> and man of
Bloomberg
Jun 20, 2014 1:00am EDT
spain going out early. not a lot of people foresaw that. >> look, tiger woods had a bit of a blip and a lot of his sponsors changed when away, but you can't get away from the fact that they are huge names. federer became synonymous with tennis. woods became synonymous with golf. >> how can murray leave britain's plans further? he hasink in the u k made his name and will forever be a huge star and the very marketable. the trick now is to go global. that is where the real growth is. if he wins s'more grand slams over the next two or three years, he becomes established as a real globalstar. that is where the big global brands come in and try to associate themselves. >> it is interesting, of course it doesn't take much but there are many other businesses that want to get in on the act, aren't there? a policy was standard life. theas a big trick is gillette type of ads where they use federer and tiger woods and thierry henri. those sorts of ads go to every country in the world. it is translated into every country in the world. -- can only >> which english footballers brand value would you sa
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 11:00pm EDT
factories in the coming days. >>> spain has a new king. felipe the vi, after the ab dickation of his father. the new king spoke of unifying spain and overcoming adversity. >> it was a do or die game at the world cup. uruguay and spain needed a win, and england. england fell short. there was security concerns. we have more from sao paulo. >> england does not officially - they are not officially out of the tournament. they are on the precipe. english fans disappointed. uruguay fans on the op site. they were ecstatic. this is the f.i.f.a. world cup. it's becoming the south america world cup. after chile knocked out spain. we have columbia that has advanced to the knockout stage. and the host, brazil, considered a favourite to win it all. on the security front there was a breach at the stadium. in rio de janeiro, an f.i.f.a. and brazil officials saying they'll ramp up security. this after 80 chilean fans stormed the arena in rio. causing a massive security breach. brazilian officials said all of those, more than 80 chilean fans will need to leave the country and will not be allowed back in unti
PBS
Jun 19, 2014 11:00pm EDT
european soccer clubs, including spain, and madrid, and milan have urban schools in japan. their reach has extended to places like the middle east and africa where they expect to win many new fans. and italian club milan opened its fourth school in japan last month. honda joined milan last december. that helped boost the team's popularity here, and more than 200 children have enrolled since the school opened. an italian coach sent from the parent club takes the trning sessions. >> translator: japanese children respect discipline. but that doesn't necessarily work to their advantage during matches. sometimes you forget about the basics, and do something unexpected and creative to beat your opponent. >> translator: there's something missing from japanese players. but it's overseas schools making inroads into japan like this. that could spark something off and eventually change japanese soccer. >> reporter: who knows, a few years from now, we might be tuning in to the world cup to see kids trained at high-level international schools just like these. >>> it's time for a check of the weathe
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 12:00pm JST
clubs, including spain's real madrid and inner city m irks lrlmilan have opened schools where they expect to win over many new fans. and the italian club opened its fourth school in japan last month. japan mittfeaser joined milan last september. that helped boost the team's popularity here, and more than 200 children have enrolled in the month since the school opened. an italian coach sent from the peoria club takes the training sessions. >> translator: japanese children respect discipline, but that doesn't necessarily work to their advantage during matches. sometimes you forget about the basics and do something unexpected and creative to beat your opponent. >> translator: there is something missing from japanese players. but if overseas schools make inroads into japan like this, that could spark something off and eventually change japanese soccer. >> who knows, a few years from now we might be tuning in to the world cup to see kids trained at high level, high international in programs like these. >> in the tsa report story, we have showed the wrong title of the company. the correc
PBS
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm PDT
devices and opened fire. 30 were arrested. >> ifill: spain swore in a new king today. felipe the sixth succeeds his 76-year-old father, juan carlos, who gave up the throne after nearly 40 years in power. felipe was formally proclaimed the new monarch during a ceremony in parliament. although he wields no executive power, the king promised a reinvigorated monarchy for new times. >> woodruff: stocks on wall street saw very little movement today. the dow jones industrial average gained nearly 15 points to close at 16,921; the nasdaq fell three points to close at 4,359; the s&p 500 added two points to close at 1,959. still to come on the newshour. the president's decision to send military advisers to iraq. a trial that could lead to big changes for college athletics. from education to jobs, closing racial gaps in wisconsin's capital. a fresh look at the fight over gay rights. and one marine's story of courage and selflessness in his own words. >> ifill: president obama announced today that he will be sending up to 300 military advisors to protect u.s. interests in iraq but pushed aga
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 5:30pm PDT
are hoping to make one of their own. >>> these are eventful days in spain. first off they have a new king, filipe, son of juan carlos, became the new king when the head of the lower house of spain's parliament proclaimed long live the king, long live spain. king filipe's father juan carlos took the throne after francisco franco died back in '75. his son, the new king is 46, married to a former television journalist. now to the bad news, spain, the defending world cup champion, was eliminated from the world cup by chile. it was a shock. fans of spain are despondent, some full-on angry and violent. spain will play once more, but it won't be for the cup. >>> when we come back, the newest sensation in the world of cup. she's up against the best in the world at all of 11 years of age. >>> finally here tonight, she is still in grade school, she has a mouth full of braces and is all of 5'1" tall and already lucy li has shown that she is a driving force in the world of golf. youngest player ever to qualify for the u.s. women's open which started today in north carolina. we get her story toni
CBS
Jun 19, 2014 5:30pm PDT
haven't said precisely how that plan will work. >> alfonsi: all right, thanks, anna. well, spain is still grieving after the national soccer team lost in the world cup, got a new king today. felipe vi wore a military uniform for his swearing in. he succeeds his father, 76-year-old juan carlos, who abdicated this month after four decades on the throne. though the king's role is largely symbolic, felipe, who is 46, promised a reinvigorated monarchy. harley is the king of the road, but is it still a harley if it doesn't sound like one? and a cave explorer is pulled to safety after one of the most complicated rescues ever. when the "cbs evening news" continues. with psoriatic arthritis, i had intense joint pain that got worse and worse. then my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. enbrel helps relieve pain and stop joint damage. i've been on the course and on the road. enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 9:00am JST
. >>> thundershowers expected for the eastern areas of the u.s., as well. but spain is dry today and the northeast, new york city at 28 degrees, cooling down to the 20s 234 washington, d.c., as well. on the opposite side, dry conditions in california. a train derails thursday morning in the bottom of a landslide. currently, the railway service has resutured and the rain is now panning just the northern areas. temperatures are quite hot in the south. meanwhile, hot weather in most of japan today. r50e67ing 31 and 30 degrees in tokyo. meanwhile, this cold front will be quite low for the summer. only 15 degrees for the high. all right. finally, in brazil, three matches are set on your friday. it looks like it's wet and muggy your high could be 30 degrees and dry. your high could be 16 degrees with the low of 7. here's the extended forecast. >> that's all for this edition of "newsline." thanks for joining us. >> this is japan. the changing of the seasons makes for beautiful scenery and, at the same time, bestows all the bounties of the sea and mountains. people revere nature which has gi
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 8:00pm EDT
knocking out spain yesterday, and of course the host brazil still very much in this tournament. so world cup into full gear. >> some fans got out of hand, and there was security concerns how is brazil handling security. >> you are right. yesterday, in rio there were about over 80 chilean fans that stormed into the stadium, broke security, that was a fifa embarrassment, because fifa is in charge of security around the stadiums. the brazilians said they will step in, they will be providing more security. they say that was clearly very embarrassing. and now the brazilians say they will be raching up security about those 85 chillyians, the brazilian federal police said today that they must leave the country, by saturday, and they will not be allowed back in brazil until the end of the world cup. how are the games going so far. >> most of those problems have not materialized. there have not been any mas-transit strikes like we saw right before. there have not been major security breeches other than what we just spoke about at the stadium. and everyone nor the most part is working pretty well
PBS
Jun 19, 2014 7:30pm EDT
." still to come in tonight's program, spain's new king, felipe vi is sworn in with a call for his diverse country to unite. after two weeks underground, a german explorer who got stuck in a cave 3000 feet he has been rescued. the 52-year-old injured his head and a fall on june 8 -- in a fall on june 8. he was winched to safety in an operation involving 700 experts from five different countries. he is now recovering in hospital. >> finally, daylight. it has been inch by inch over 12 days. the researcher was slowly winched to the surface, up from a whole 1000 meters deep. into astrapped protective stretcher. when he emerged to the light, the helmet was removed, and his face finally felt the sun. the rescue team of more than 700 people came from five countries, experts in the dangerous depths of the earth. >> i had the joy is to do to let you know that the injured man has now arrived in a good state -- i have the joyous duty to let you know that the injured man has now arrived in a good state, and with that, we have fulfilled the operation. difficulty for rescuers was the sheer scale
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 4:00pm PDT
process and enduring cave winds. >> >>> felipe the 5th is now the king of spain he and his wife through through madrid before appearing in the royal palace accompanied by their two young daughters. he acknowledged a need to restore the monarchy's image >> the president gave the medal of honor to a veteran that saved a hand grenade blast the ceremony honored a 4-year-old. in 2010 he jumped on a live grenade during a fire fight and lost his right eye, most of his jaw, and suffers from a collapsed lung. he flat lined three times while doctors tended to him after the blast. >> i think marines were with me. if i close my eyes i can hear them cry as they bled out. >> the recovery, he won a marathon and now a student at university of south carolina. >> talk about a true hero. >> yes. >> my goodness >> coming up at 4:00 a close encounter with a brown bear. what one guy says this guy did next. >> and it's a thrill seeker's dream. how high and vast this record-breaking roller coaster goes. >> looking at lake tahoe, showing blue skies out to the sierra. will this last throughout the first
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 6:30pm EDT
days in spain. first off they have a new king, philippe, son of juan carlos, became the new king when the head of the lower house of spain's parliament proclaimed long live the king, long live spain. king philippe's father juan carlos took the throne after francisco franco died back in '75. his son, the new king is 46, married to a former television journalist. now to the bad news, spain, the defending world cup champion, was eliminated from the world cup by chile. some in spain are despondent, some full-on angry and violent. spain will play once more but it won't be for the cup. >>> when we come back, the newest sensation in the world of cup. she's up against the best in the world at all of 11 years of age. she's still the one for you. and cialis for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment is right. cialis is also the only daily ed tablet approved to treat symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medicines, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain,
FOX
Jun 19, 2014 3:30pm PDT
. >>> raising is about car control. rally racing is control. they are in spain on a track going through a town, a lot of variables here. this corner here, a couple bounce up and over the curb, but if you are not careful, it can catch you out. watch one guy get out of control, oscar, his co-drive, david. we've seen it done right. this is wrong. >> woah! >> got through it. >> he did get through it and held it around on two wheels. he's another angle. >> that is sick. >> looks like the car didn't sustain any damage. >> this guy looks like he stepped off the set of "the dukes of hazard" because watch this. in a race in estonia -- did he get through? he didn't wreck. that car goes through. that's a bmw skying that jump, nails the landing, and manages to carry the control all through the way the right-hander and keeps going. this is what it looked like from inside the car. that's like movie stunt style. hear the codriver giving instructions. here comes the jump up ahead. >> here's other cars over the jump. getting some air, but not the kind of distance that those guys got. the driver says that they
FOX
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm EDT
. >>> and kate versus the gorgeous new queen of spain. they even dress alike. >>> then, the return of kate gosselin. >> yes. >> mom. >> the sextuplets are turning 10. >> this is not fair. >> your first look at her big
LINKTV
Jun 19, 2014 2:30pm PDT
large spain's king philip the sixth started his reign by leaning to clean up corruption. it has boosted the popularity of the royal family. role,largely a symbolic but his supporters hope the king will unite the country and repair the damage done to the reputation of the tour -- the troubled royal household. here is more about this pneumonic -- this new monarch. many stood by as his -- he stood by as a boy when his father was sworn in in 1975. the crown prince and earned his stripes as a helicopter pilot, army and naval commander, proving he had both brains and brawn. he followed up a law degree with a masters in international relations at georgetown university in washington. french,uent in english, and cut the lawn, along with spanish. but it was not -- andcatalan, along with spanish. in 2004, he married a commoner. was one of the country's best-known tv journalists of the 1990's. the couple had two daughters. away from family life, his passion is sailing. philippe a was flag bearer for the olympic yachting team for the games in 1992. on official matters, the crown prince would often g
LINKTV
Jun 19, 2014 2:00pm PDT
leap a the sixth stepped out onto the balcony of the royal palace in the trade to greet spain is for the first time as their king. thousands turned out to catch a glimpse of the new head of state and his family. this money was kept low key because of the economic crisis. his ascension to the throne was a solemn occasion. >> he took the oaths of office earlier in the day. in front of spanish legislators, he swore to protect democracy. his father had abdicated after nearly four decades on the throne. his last act as king was to make his son head of the armed forces. opinion is divided in spain on fully pay -- on phillipe and the monarchy. >> i was very out of my king. i will be proud of my king. >> we are suffering from a lack of democracy in spain. we cannot choose the leadership of the nation. there has been enormous corruption in the royal family. >> many spaniards are hoping the new king will also bring a new era. at 46, he is the youngest king in europe. observers see him as modest and reserved. his wife is the first commoner queen of spain. he will have to work hard to restore th
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 4:00pm EDT
, a former guantanamo bay detainee was arrested in spain, recruiting for the islamic state of iraq and syria, the terrorist group that's currently rampaging through both syria and iraq. i urge my colleagues to support this amendment, stand up for your honor as a co-equal branch, stand up for our national country, stand up for the safety of your constituents. i reserve the balance of my time. the chair: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentleman from indiana seek recognition? mr. visclosky: mr. chairman, i rise to seek time in opposition to the gentleman's amendment. the chair: the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. mr. visclosky: i appreciate the recognition. the gentleman would have a restriction -- and i would point out -- after today's vote this would now be the fifth restriction relative to the detainees at guantanamo bay. while the gentleman suggests that it's not a permanent ban, it's a mantra of, let's do nothing. these are human beings, whether we want to admit that or not, and to simply continue after 13 years to do nothing is wr
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 4:00pm EDT
, spain's new king was quick to try and bring a fractured country together after years of economic turmoil, crown prison felipe was sworn in to succeed his father. the core nation ceremony was slower than usual. the public has been critical of the former kings expensive vacations while more than a quarter of spaniards are unemployed. uruguay has put itself in the best possible position to stay in this world cup. they defeated england, go-1. wow. now fans have to wait for the outcome of tomorrow's costa rica, italy match, to decide who advances. england is the second cooker power house to be eliminated from this year's world cup, spain lost to chile yesterday. gabriel alison drove where the match just wrapped up, what is the latest? >> thousands of fans pouring out of the stadium that you see behind me, england fans obviously very very disappointed. the your guyian fans ecstatic, it was a very cold day, cold temperatures but it was hot inside that stadium with excitement, this was billed as a classic, must win, for both teams. and it delivered what it was expected to, obviously england pull
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 12:00pm PDT
spain has a new king. his father gave up the throne to make way for what he called a new generation. spain is in the middle of a recession with unemployment nearing 26%. the core nation comes a day after spain lost its chance to win back-to-back world cups and was ousted. >>> nor now on news that broke earlier. the house g.o.p. conference elected the majority whip kevin mccarthy as its new majority leader. mccarthy will take over from the current leader, eric cantor. cantor lost his primary, forcing a stunning shakeup for the g.o.p. leadership. trace gallagher mass here from los angeles. kevin mccarthy is the first majority leader from california and the youngest at 49 years old. lives in bakersfield, california, which is 100 miles east and north of los angeles, and he comes back to bakersfield every week where his wife and his son and daughter live, and kevin mccarthy is a guy who is in d.c. he sleeps on a couch in his office. he grew up in bakers field, attended cal state, and married his high school sweet earth, and those who wonder how a majority leader could be from california,
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